Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Current Inspiration: Sawyer Berson

The July issue of Architectural Digest featured a stunning project that I has really inspired me.  The architecture, interiors, and landscape of this Southampton home were all designed by one single Manhattan firm called Sawyer Berson.  Being unfamiliar with their work, I did a little digging (since I wanted to see more).  Well, the portfolio of this multi-talented group does not disappoint... in fact, it's completely breath taking.  I love their fresh perspective on timeless design-- this group mixes classic architecture with comfortable, livable, and modern interiors to create what I call PERFECTION.  Really.  Go look at their portfolio here.  And then spend the next hour of your day pinning inspiration images to your Pinterest board.  :)

While the Southampton home in this month's AD is phenomenal (it is), I think that my favorite Sawyer Berson project lies in Wainscott.  Take at look at this beauty...

Stunning beach property with a dream driveway of pea gravel, surrounded by greenery.

 Love this contrast between the crisp white paneled walls and dark flooring.


 This entry is so gorgeous.  I love how edited it is...  while so many people would add an area rug, they let the simplicity of the table and hardwood work on it's own.  And instead, your eyes are drawn the to that beautiful fireplace.


 Note: the mix of textures in the room is flawless-- woven rug, hide on the ottoman, bright white linens, sheer drapery, glass...  Also, THE VIEW.


 Note: tongue and groove ceilings, AMAZING hardwood flooring, glass cabinet doors, dutch door...


 DREAMY














And, the most fabulous part of this property... 








This backyard cannot be improved.  It's completely perfect.  From the crisp hedges to the bright white umbrellas,the gorgeous decking and THAT VIEW.   This is the stuff beach house dreams are made of.




The Sawyer Berson portfolio is so worth a look-- lots of incredible inspiration there.  Enjoy!

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3 comments:

Anna said...

I had seen some of these images in Pinterest, but it's lovely to have a more holistic view. I love how these interiors manage to be both supremely comfortable-looking and inviting and, at the same time, spare and elemental ("edited," as you say). This is a home where you feel you could truly relax and truly think--it would be a great place to write or make art and take in the views. Beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing.

I have really enjoyed reading your blog and seeing your home evolve (and family too!). Love your style!

Yuko Jones | northfield gate said...

Ahhh, perfection! I can't get enough of the dining space. I think creating an edited space requires a lot more discipline and confidence than over layering/decorating. Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing! xx

Tara Hyde said...

I love the classic fireplace, hardwood floors, beautiful windows and white furnishings. It has a clean yet comfortable feel with amazing views. The home is ideal for relaxing or summer entertaining.

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